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The late Brigit Pegeen Kelly began her well-known poem “Song” with a gripping call to action: “Listen.”
Many coders languish over the word syntax, but when’s the last time you gave that kind of obsession to your web content?
To be clear, “word choice” isn’t an inaccurate definition for diction. It’s just barebones.
You’re probably wondering why conclusions matter. And you have a good reason to ponder.
Did you know that you swallow about eight spiders while you sleep every year?
If any term in writing is elusive, it’s voice. That sentiment is likely because voice seems subjective.